Rice, in response, left the door open: “I don’t know…I do not leap to the simple explanation that it’s only about race and gender.Former Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice says she thinks North Korean leader Kim Jong Un is "turning out, much more so than I thought, to be actually pretty clever." Rice, who served under former President George W.Bush, made the remarks in response to a question about President Donald Trump's tweets on North Korea's nuclear program in a wide-ranging conversation with David Axelrod on "The Axe Files" Saturday night on CNN."The approach to the South Koreans was clever; the decision to go to the Olympics is clever," Rice said referring to Kim's overtures on meeting with South Korea to ease military tensions between the two countries.Asked about the comments, a Republican Capitol Hill source pushed back. She’s saying I don’t know why they all started picking on me to begin with.” As to the suggestion of race and gender being a factor, the source countered, then “why would there be a subpoena for a white male?
“The media image of Powell battling the forces of unilateralism and conservatism may have been beneficial to Powell in some circles, but it did not jibe with reality.
Former CIA Director David Petraeus reportedly told lawmakers later that the intelligence community considered the attack an act of terrorism at the time.
Four Americans were killed in Benghazi, including U.
Since her departure, she has been working as a professor at Stanford University and released a book, No Higher Honor, in late October.
Aside from his odd allusions, the arguments in favour of her inclusion on the ticket appear impressive, suggesting she would put in a play for conservative African American voters- many of whom were let down by Herman Cain's failed bid- and put moderate female voters into play.